So how would you handle it if you go to your work and they terminate you? Instead of worrying you would ask the question to yourself, “To whom is this happening? Who’s going through this experience? I am.”
Hold onto the I with all your might, Follow the I to the source. Look at the I as a thread that seems to be connected from the source to what you’re thinking about. And all of your thoughts are attached to that thread, to the I thread. All of your fears, all of your frustrations, all of your desires, everything is attached to the I thread, and as you hold on to it tight, you follow it, follow it into the heart center. Then it will just seem to disappear. The reason I say it will seem to disappear is because it never existed to begin with, so it appears to disappear.
But once that happens you’re free and you will not be disturbed by any mortal condition, and you will be happy. But when I say you’ll be happy, I am not referring to human happiness. I am referring to happy-happy, happy hour, really happy, for no reason. Again, because your true nature is happiness, your true nature is bliss. When you get rid of the other stuff your true nature shines forth effortlessly.
That’s why we call this the pathless path, because there’s really no path. There’s only a quietness of the mind, following the I to the source. Then all of a sudden you become omnipresence, you become omniscience, you become omnipotence. Then you can say, “I am that I am,”but there will be nobody left to say anything really. You will just bask in the sunshine of your love, of your happiness, of your bliss.